Grant Delpit is a stud. If we have a shot to take him, it's be dumb to not draft him.
Great range and height/speed etc etc. But his tackling is abysmal. He really needs to improve in that area bigtime, otherwise he is going to struggle to stay on the field as an every down player.


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if they went with chaisson in the 1st i would be very very happy. hardly seen him mocked to DAL because hes usually off the board of for some reason ppl keep mocking CB's/safeties to DAL

17. Dallas Cowboys: K’Lavon Chaisson, EDGE, LSU
After three straight offensive Alabama players come off the board, now back-to-back LSU defenders. I think Dallas will see everything they loved about Randy Gregory in Chaisson, only in a more physical, less troubled football player.

51. Dallas Cowboys: Lloyd Cushenberry, IOL, LSU
The shocking news of Travis Frederick’s retirement means Dallas will likely be looking for his replacement in the 2020 NFL Draft. The class isn’t loaded with elite centers, but Cushenberry is one of the best, both in pass protection and in the run game.

82. Dallas Cowboys: Troy Pride, CB, Notre Dame
Dallas can’t go into next season with Chidobe Awuzie, Jourdan Lewis and Anthony Brown as their top three cornerbacks. Pride needs some work, but his athleticism was on full display during an impressive Senior Bowl week.


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2020 NFL Mock Draft 3.0: Mel Kiper's new first-round predictions for Burrow, Tagovailoa, more

1. Cincinnati Bengals - Joe Burrow QB LSU
2. Washington Redskins - Chase Young DE Ohio St.
3. Detroit Lions - Jeff Okudah CB Ohio St.
4. New York Giants - Isaiah Simmons OLB Clemson
5. Miami Dolphins - Tua Tagovailoa QB Alabama
6. Los Angeles Chargers - Justin Herbert QB Oregon
7. Carolina Panthers - Derrick Brown DT Auburn
8. Arizona Cardinals - Tristan Wirfs T Iowa
9. Jacksonville Jaguars - Javon Kinlaw DT South Carolina
10. Cleveland Browns - Mekhi Becton T Louisville
11. New York Jets - Jedrick Wills Jr. T Alabama
12. Las Vegas Raiders - CJ Henderson CB Florida
13. San Francisco 49ers (Indianapolis) - Jerry Jeudy WR Alabama
14. Tampa Bay Buccaneers - Andrew Thomas T Georgia
15. Denver Broncos - Henry Ruggs III WR Alabama
16. Atlanta Falcons - K'Lavon Chaisson OLB LSU

17. Dallas Cowboys - CeeDee Lamb WR Oklahoma
The Cowboys don't have many glaring needs, although I wouldn't be surprised to see them draft a cornerback or safety (Ha-Ha Clinton-Dix appears to be a one-year flier). I'm going to stick to my board, though, and go with the best prospect available. Lamb, No. 12 in my latest rankings, shouldn't fall far; with fantastic route-running ability and big-play potential, he's capable of being a No. 1 receiver at the next level, and he could play outside or in the slot. Amari Cooper, Michael Gallup and Lamb would instantly become one of the NFL's top wide receiver trios. Keep an eye on defensive end here, though, as Dallas could add young talent to that group.

18. Miami Dolphins (Pittsburgh) - D'Andre Swift RB Georgia
19. Las Vegas Raiders (Chicago) - Tee Higgins WR Clemson
20. Jacksonville Jaguars (L.A. Rams) - Antoine Winfield Jr. CB/S Minnesota
21. Philadelphia Eagles - Justin Jefferson WR LSU
22. Minnesota Vikings (Buffalo) - Denzel Mims WR Baylor
23. New England Patriots - Jordan Love QB Utah St.
24. New Orleans Saints - Kenneth Murray LB Oklahoma
25. Minnesota Vikings - A.J. Epenesa DE Iowa
26. Miami Dolphins (Houston) - Josh Jones T Houston
27. Seattle Seahawks - Yetur Gross-Matos DE Penn St.
28. Baltimore Ravens - Patrick Queen ILB LSU
29. Tennessee Titans - Ezra Cleveland T Boise St.
30. Green Bay Packers - Chase Claypool WR Notre Dame
31. San Francisco 49ers - Noah Igbinoghene CB Auburn
32. Kansas City Chiefs - Cesar Ruiz C/G Michigan


If they don't get another WR before the draft WR very well could be BPA at 17 for us.

If Lamb, Jeudy or even Henry Ruggs is there at 17 we could do far worse.

Obviously DB (CB or safety) is a huge need and so might pass rushing DE.


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I would not be mad at this draft

1 - CB CJ Henderson Florida
potential #1 corner, has lockdown capabilities

2 - S Kyle Dugger Lenior-Rhyne
ballhawking, hard hitting safety we need, great KR

3 - DE Alton Robinson Syracuse
homer pick - we graduated from same HS, he has the potential to be a beast with some seasoning

4 - OT Terence Steele TT
natural leader, professional, high IQ guy, no nonsense, uber competitive and driven thanks to military Dad

5 - RB Darrynton Evans Appalachian St.
multi-purpose back, elusive and powerful even for a small stature

5 - OG Jon Runyan Michigan
NFL bloodlines, high football IQ, plays with a nasty streak

7 - WR Mason Kinsey Berry College
UNDERDOG, hungry, high level work ethic, chip on his shoulder, fast, elusive, great hands, uber productive

CB Prince Robinson Tarleton St.
OLB Bryce Sterk Montana St.
OLB Cam Gill Wagner
DT Davon Hamilton tOSU
DE Derek Tuszka NDSU
DE LaDarius Hamilton North Texas
OT Bryce Wilds Sam Houston St.
OT Gewhite Stallworth LaTech
TE Charlie Woerner Georgia
WR Jaylin James Northern Iowa
RB Adrian Killins Jr. UCF
QB Kevin Davidson Princeton

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